Electric adjustment for the front seats is available, and the sports seats we’ve so far experienced are both comfortable and supportive under moderately hard cornering. Unfortunately we’re yet to try the standard seats, but it’s a shame that adjustable lumbar support is only offered as part of the expensive electric seat and memory pack upgrade.
The spring-loaded backrest is also tricky to adjust in small increments, and the release lever is awkwardly placed.
The steering wheel has both reach and rake adjustment that, in combination with the seat, allows both very tall and very short drivers to get comfortable. The dials are attached to the steering column, which makes them easy to read, and a head-up display is optional. The toggle switches in the centre of the dash look good, but are partially obscured by the gearlever.